For a lot of people new to the low carb lifestyle, knowing what is safe to eat on the Atkins Diet can be difficult to master. We’ve been told for so many years that eating foods like pasta and whole grain breads and drinking beverages like fruit juices are healthy for us but years of consuming these carb-laden foods and beverages have left us overweight and confused.
So when someone starts their low carb plan, it’s easy to understand that they can be confused with their new low carb choices. Having a comprehensive printed guide available to them could only be a benefit. Thanks to Atkins Nutritionals, there is a free downloadable guide to help us. The Atkins Comprehensive Carbohydrate Counter and Acceptable Food Lists was designed to help you find the Net Carbs in hundreds of your favorite foods. The Atkins carb counter also includes an explanation of what the Net Carbs Count is as well as also including an Acceptable Food List broken down by the first three phases of the Atkins Diet: Induction, Ongoing Weight Loss and Pre-Maintenance.The free 80 page Atkins carb counter PDF booklet is broken down into categories like beverages, breads, breakfast, fruit, vegetables, cheese, fast food, and many, many more. Just because an item is listed in the booklet does not mean that it is safe on the Atkins diet. For instance, low carb veterans might know that a Taco Bell Taco Salad has about 64 net grams of carbs or that 11 pieces of Baked KC Masterpiece BBQ potato chips have 20 grams of net carbs but someone new to the low carb diet might not. This free guide will help everyone make good informed decisions on their low carb plan.
Download the Atkins Comprehensive Carbohydrate Counter and Acceptable Food Lists to find the Net Carbs in many of your favorite foods.